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A portraiture of domestic slavery, in the United States: : : with reflections on the practicability of restoring the moral rights of the slave, without impairing the legal privileges of the possessor; and a project of a colonial asylum for free persons of colour: including memoirs of facts on the interior traffic in slaves, and on kidnapping. Illustrated with engravings.


Published 1817
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1st ed. Howes USiana T304

Bound in printed paper boards; leather shelfback

Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy 2 ex libris (inscription): Wendell Phillips


Publisher Philadelphia: : Published by the author; John Bioren, printer
Pages 128
Language English
Call number 39999065017053
Digitizing sponsor Associates of the Boston Public Library / The Boston Foundation
Book contributor Boston Public Library
Collection bplscas; bostonpubliclibrary; americana

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